Year to date aircraft orders and deliveries are significantly ahead of 2022, with the backlog of aircraft orders hitting an all-time high for third consecutive month, says Aimie Stone, chief economist at ADS Group
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Orders placed and deliveries made in July 2023 indicate a buoyant aerospace sector, with the backlog of aircraft orders continuing above pre-pandemic levels. Aircraft deliveries are also healthy. Aviation’s recovery is expected to exceed pre-pandemic levels, says ADS
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